Norton Rose Group has been regarded for many years as having one of the leading legal practices servicing the mining sector. The mining sector was one of the hard...
On 9 September 2011, the Republic of Guinea formally adopted a new mining code. Not yet promulgated, no official version of the new code is currently available.
On 4 December 2011, Australia’s ruling Labor party voted to end the country’s ban on selling uranium to India, which means that Australia will be well-placed to f...
Ghana's mining and minerals industry is one of its most important. It is reported that mining accounts for approximately 5 per cent of Ghana’s GDP and minerals m...
The new Guinean Mining Code was adopted, enacted and promulgated on 9 September 2011, but was only published in the Official Journal in January 2012.
The mining industry continues to go from strength to strength compared to other industries, as all economies face the challenges caused by geo-political tensions,...
The announced changes of the 2012 Budget give an indication of Ghana’s drive to increase the contribution of the mining industry to tax revenues.
The Government of Burkina Faso is currently considering amendments to the Mining Code (Law no. 0312003/AN dated 8 May 2003).
The DRC has recently acceded to OHADA (“Organisation pour l'Harmonisation en Afrique du Droit des Affaires”), which will render OHADA legislation appli
Through Law No. 2012-015 of 27 February 2012 which established the Mining Code (the new Mining Code), the Malian National Assembly has adopted new legislation result
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